Boost Mobile's 'Shrinkage' Saves You Some Green
Boost Mobile has unveiled a new offering that promises to reduce the cost of wireless bills over time. Shrinkage is meant to reward customers who stay with Boost Mobile and pay their bills on time. For example, those who start with a $50 monthly plan will see it drop to $45 per month after six months of on-time payments. It will further drop to $40 after 12 months of on-time payments, and $35 after 18 months of on-time payments. Shrinkage is available to both regular and BlackBerry Monthly Unlimited plans.
Boost to Reward On-Time Payments with More Data
Boost Mobile today announced "Growing Data" plans that will increase the amount of data available to customers who make their payments on time. The plan starts at $35 per month (or $30 with reboost), and includes 2GB of data and unlimited talk and text.
Boost Mobile Extends Double Data Promo
Boost Mobile today extended a promotion that offers customers twice as much mobile data for a reduced price. The promo was originally announced in September and meant to expire on November 3.
Boost Mobile Adjusts Family Plans, Offers Ad Deal
Boost Mobile today unfurled new multi-line plans for families. There are now two basic tiers for families.
Boost Mobile Rolls Out Offer for AT&T, T-Mo, Verizon Customers
Boost Mobile today announced its own promotion aimed at converting customers from competing carriers to Boost. Boost says AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless customers who port their numbers to a Boost Mobile family plan can see monthly savings up to 50%.
Boost Offering to Slice MetroPCS, Cricket Bills In Half
Boost Mobile today introduced a limited promotion aimed at enticing MetroPCS and Cricket Wireless customers to switch. Boost will cut the monthly service fees in half for Metro and Cricket customers that sign up for Boost service between now and July 20.
That's because it goes against everything we've been taught.
This is what auto pay is for.
taking this a bit further...
Hopefully other carriers will pick up on this as well.
Sounds like a great idea, but only if...
You can find a Boost customer who actually pays their bills on time. They are few and far between.
True, but look at the demographic Boost is aimed at.
Where you at?